Leveraging AI-Powered iPaaS for Business Process Automation
TDWI Speaker: David Loshin, President of Knowledge Integrity
Date: Tuesday, August 16, 2022
Time: 12:00 p.m. PT, 3:00 p.m. ET
Organizations beginning a digital transformation are often overwhelmed by the discovery of a plethora of systems, applications, and data sources that can hinder a modernization effort. For example, legacy IT systems are inflexible and resistant to improvement despite rapid changes in the business environment. This can delay innovations such as developing new product and service offerings or responding rapidly to emergent competitive threats.
When integrating sophisticated machine learning and AI analytics to enhance decision-making, you need improved real-time application and service connectivity, streamlined event processing, and process automation for simple and complex repetitive tasks.
Join us to explore how shifting from a technical and development perspective to a business perspective can improve business-developer partnerships that can benefit from augmented business process automation. Learn how employing an integration-platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) can help your organization standardize and simplify application, service, and data integration to increase business process automation that improves efficiency. You’ll also discover how iPaaS provides trustworthy data for improved and faster decision-making and reduces—or even eliminates—labor-intensive manual processes.
Join this webinar to learn about:
- Business process automation and the concept of hyperautomation
- Transitioning to a business-process focus
- Taming application data accessibility
- Integrated business policy management
- Intelligent, metadata-driven management and real-time integration
- Leveraging an AI-powered iPaaS to improve process automation
Senior Director of Product Marketing for Application Integration and Hyperautomation
Andrew Hawthorn is Informatica’s senior director of product marketing for application integration and hyperautomation. By focusing on emerging market needs, he has helped build several $200M businesses at companies like Boomi, vmware, Oracle, Peoplesoft, and BEA. He’s now on a mission to capitalize on a critical market tend—hyperautomation—using Informatica’s market-leading enterprise iPaaS (EiPaaS). He believes people are creators, not users or consumers of software. He sees a world where employees aren’t trained on the features of the application, but rather the application is trained to the individual’s needs, persona, process, and work style.